Langwarrin

In 2010 Council worked with 64 community members to develop a Langwarrin Local Area Plan.  Participants included residents, sporting clubs, community groups and service providers. 

The Langwarrin Local Area Plan highlights the community’s aspirations and desires for the area and provides a better understanding of how the community would like to see this area evolve. 

The community identified seven priorities for their area:

  • Community Priority 1: Show Us Your Art
  • Community Priority 2: Community / Neighbourhood Day
  • Community Priority 3: Community Shed
  • Community Priority 4: Bushland Preservation and Promotion
  • Community Priority 5: Year 9 Civic Duties
  • Community Priority 6: Connect the Community Centre / Community Voice Project
  • Community Priority 7: Volunteers

A copy of the Local Area Plan can be downloaded via the Related Links.

Get involved

A group of residents meet monthly to discuss upcoming projects and local priorities from the Plan. If you are interested in coming along to the next meeting or would like to find out more information about Local Area Planning please contact Frankston City Council’s Community Strengthening Department.

Achievements

The Langwarrin Township Committee have worked closely with Council to develop a Community Shed for Langwarrin (Community Priority 3). The Langwarrin Mens Shed will open late July 2015.

The Langwarrin Township Committee have also been instrumental in being the lead community group in conducting Community Neighbour Day events  in March and White Ribbon Days events in November each year.

Contact Us

Frankston City Council’s Community Strengthening Department
P. 9784 1967
E. correspondence@frankston.vic.gov.au

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